I really am not one of the most influential PR bloggers in the UK. Honestly, I’m not.

So it was with considerable mirth that I read Gorkana's latest blockbusting news - that someone has, schlock horror, discovered who the most influential PR bloggers are in the UK! Wow! That was quick of them! The Ad Age Power150 has only been around for, what, at least five years. Apparently it's news to Gorkana … Continue reading I really am not one of the most influential PR bloggers in the UK. Honestly, I’m not.

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How to get around the content problem

My previous post was just a bookmark, but it tied very neatly into the challenge all my clients face: how to source good, compelling content. You say you don't have the time to generate content. The blunt response is: face it, your job just changed. You have to make the time because, as the current … Continue reading How to get around the content problem

The PR Friendly Index is no longer about PR. Is PR even about PR any more?

I've been doing a lot of thinking about the PR Friendly Index recently. Given that I'm not working in social media exclusively any more, it's a pain in the arse to maintain and other indexes do this better (and keep getting better too), I've been thinking of scrapping it. However, before doing so, I thought … Continue reading The PR Friendly Index is no longer about PR. Is PR even about PR any more?

Yahoo Pipes: you’ve got to go there to come back

If anyone's been following my Twitter feed recently they'll know that I've been getting to grips with Yahoo Pipes. I think it's an amazing tool and offers the tantalising possibility of creating a wholly modular monitoring system, effectively through programming-like routines which, through a neat graphical interface, largely remove the need for knowing how to … Continue reading Yahoo Pipes: you’ve got to go there to come back